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Chester Spring Brew Fest

May 20-21, noon to 5 pm, in historic Chester, NJ.
175 Main Street, Chester
In the Gazebo Park

Pre-Buy Tickets:$15
Day of Event: $25

2-Day Tickets Pre-Buy: $25
2-Day Tickets Day of Event: $35

Reminiscent of America’s old-time mercantile district, Chester is a trip down memory lane as you stroll the brick sidewalks; admire the preserved building facades and revel in the time-worn beauty that is still the very essence of ‘Main Street’. The oldest settlers in Chester Township came in 1640 when “Black River” established itself as a settlement primarily because of the intersection of two Lenape Indian trails.  In the years leading to the revolution and on into the early 1800’s, Chester Township was an important stagecoach stop on the trip from New York, New Brunswick, and Morristown to Phillipsburg. In 1799, Chester Township with 30 square miles, incorporated and separated from Roxbury Township.

This event will feature a variety of craft beers from New Jersey as well as entertainment, great food, crafters, and vendors in a beautiful park like setting … not to be missed!

Ticket Information

Tickets are on-sale through <a href=”http://www.eventbrite.com” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>EventBrite.com</a> as well at the following local Chester stores: Objects of Desire, The Whistling Elk, imagiNations, New Jersey Ballroom Dance Center and Rows of Purl. Tickets can also be purchased through Allen Consulting, by calling 732-946-2711.

Breweries

Cigar City Brewing

Founders Brewing Company

Ironbound Hard Cider

Oskar Blues Brewery

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company

River Horse Brewing Company

Sixpoint Brewery

Smuttynose Brewing Company

Two Roads Brewing Company

Vendors

Commercial
Amber Keep Art, Cheers Sunglasses, Hand Made By Two Friends, Kitchen Magic, LeafFilter North of New Jersey, Lynn’s Home Decor, Stone Street Tye-Dye, Jersey Cider Works

Food
1 Potato Two, Sweet Concessions, Waffle IT & Co

Entertainment

Proceeds to Benefit Sylvia’s Children

Proceeds from the event will go to Sylvia’s Children, a New Jersey-based 501(c)3 nonprofit benefiting children living in Uganda, founded in 2003. Learn more about Sylvia’s Children.